Rainbow Mountain

On the last morning, Thomas and Eitan left at 4:00 am for the Rainbow Mountain tour.  It was a few hour drive on a very bumpy road until we stopped at a little hut in the middle of nowhere for breakfast. After some oatmeal and fruit, we continue for about an hour until we got …

The Incan Sacred Valley: Part 2

Our second day in the Sacred Valley started with a visit to Pisac, which is perhaps best known for its Incan ruins, known as Inca Písac, which is atop a hill at the entrance to the valley. After we parked, Thomas could not control his souvenir shopping urge once again… The Inca constructed agricultural terraces…

Cusco – The Search For Baby Llamas

It’s been a while since we came back from Peru, but I finally got some time to work on the blog! We arrived in Lima to just spend the night and meet up with Hanna and Thomas who were brave to join us on this very packed itinerary. We did have a sightseeing day in…

Bogota

Many people warned us that we should not visit Bogota, but we still wanted to give it a chance and see for ourselves. We arrived at night and went straight to the famous restaurant Andres Carne De Res, this craziness of restaurant inspired by Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy, where each floor is uniquely decored from…

Wax Palms – The Valle De Cocora

One of the most beautiful activities you can do in Colombia is the hike around the Cocora Valley. In order to get to the Valley area, travelers meet in the main plaza to jump into a jeep for a bumpy ride! This is Colombia, so seatbelts are not required! The ride is about 30 minutes…

San Bernardo Islands And The Floating Hostel

We continue the  Colombian adventure with a trip to the San Bernardo Islands, located at the Gulf of Morrosquillo in the Caribbean sea. We walked from the Cartagena hotel to the marina area, where a fast boat takes you on a 3-hour ride to these islands. We passed several other amazing paradisiac islands. We finally…

Medellin – The Escobar Story

If you heard of Pablo Escobar, if you watched the Netflix show “Nacros”, or if you want to learn about the bloody chapter in Colombia’s history, this will be a post you might enjoy reading. This is a very controversial topic, and many people are against this type of tourism in Colombia (for a good…